Nugraha Lovina Bay Resort Hotel
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... waterfall. I feel like I spend a lot of this blog simply describing things as "beautiful" or "stunning" but I honestly can't think of more perfect words to describe some of the things I have seen on my travels.
Charlie and I played around at one waterfall and then decided to make our way to the second lot of falls. We were pretty smug to see that we were the only tourists without guides. That being said, we only saw two other groups of tourists and for the most part we ...
... to agree.
But I believe there are solutions.
An alternative technique is perennial planting. Perennial planting involves planting crops that thrive amidst major crops. While most major crops are annual (or seasonal), perennial crops live throughout the year, leaving the soil nutrient-rich.
In Bali, perennial planting may look like stricter regulations for mass tourism while supplementing the ...
... on when we arrived and we had beautiful chanting throughout the evening on our first night in lovely Bali. Woke up to a beautiful tropical rain this morning overlooking the ricefields. We have a traditional Bali style villa with beautiful woodcarvings and stonework open to air to let the natural breezes of the tropics come in. Off to explore the treasures of ...
... As soon as you walked through the gates it was absolute carnage with wild monkeys on the loose eagle eyeing anything that looked like food. There were a few banana keepers selling bunches of bananas but you had to be careful because the monkeys were super smart and would lynch the whole bunch off you if you weren't tactful. I had one climb up me and sit on my head picking at my blonde hair like I was a giant banana! I tried stroking a cute looking monkey but ...
... dark forests it looked like a scene from 'Blair witch project' meets 'signs'. Especially as there were no signs of anyone else around, just a few little rundown shacks here and there, we were literally in the middle of nowhere.
The hike up was steep and took concentration in the pitch black. We were scrambling up the rocky volcanic paths carved by those who have walked it before, but found ourselves held up by a bunch of Chinese tourists in ...